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A very good customer of ours remarked to one of the proprietors yesterday that
we carried so much finer and nicer goods than the old firm. OF COURSE WE, DO.
We don't intend standing still. THE BEE HTVE must improve each day. If we don't
improve it is your -fault, not ours. " If we don't carry fine enough goods for you, speak
out, and we will have them sure.' That's why we came to Maysville to please you,
KINGS OF LOW PRICES"
OUTDOOR BASKET BALL.
Line Up of the .Teams That Will I'lay at the
Park Thursday Afternoon Field
All members expecting to take part in
the Field Day exercises are requested to
co to the grounds for practice at six
o'clock this evening. Basket ball prac
tice at 4 o'clock Tuesday eve. ,
The ball park ib being put in good con'
dition for the field day Thursday after
noon, and men are training-for the differ
ent events. It bids fair to be an inter
esting program and a large crowd should
be present to encourage the outdoor
sports. Basket ball teams that will play
on this occasion are :
C. P. Traxel, Captain ; Bruce Crawford, Chas.
Black, Chas. Hclraer, C. P. Rasp, Chas. Wright,
Robt. Rasp, Captain ; Leonard Sparks, Geo. A
Helmer.Aus.ln Robeuham, Lee Dinger, Lafayette
Snedlcor, Leon Squires, Herman PIckerell.
Mr. S. R. Johnston, of Pittsburg, is
visiting Mr. J. Y. Dean.
Mr. Joe Lee, of the Stag Hotel, Cin
c nnti, was here Saturday.
Mr. John Cook, of Cincinnati, spent
Sunday here with relatives.
Mrs. 0. F. Reed left this morning for
Cincinnati for medical treatment.
Mrs. V. R. Cady left this morning
to join her husband at Hiram College.
Mrs. Burdette, of Germantown, iB
the gueBt of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Frazee.
Miss Garnet Haucke is home after
spending several days with friends at
Mr. Edward BreeD, of Minerva, is
Fpendinc a few days here the guest of
'Squire Wm. Grant.
Mr. Edward Browninp, of the Ohio
Valley Pulley Works, left yesterday for
Indianapolis, on business.
Mrs. N. S. Clark, of Cincinnati, left
for home Saturday after spending tho
week here with Mrs. Ben B. Ppyntz.
Miss Mamie Grimes, of near this city,
is home after a sojourn of several weeks
in St. Louis, Jerseyville, 111., and other
Mr. Mark Donovan, junior proprie
tor of the Winchester Democrat, has
been spending a few days here with his
mother and other relatives.
Mrs. Mae Dunbar and little daughter
Cecil Clair, of Iridianapolis, have return
ed home after a pleasant visit with her
mother, Mrs. Stephens, of Walnut street.
Mra.,E, A. Allender, who has been
visiting relatives here for several weeks,
will leave to-day for ber home at Foster,
accompanied by her daughter, Miss Fan
Paris Kentuckian: "J. W. Boulden,
of Maysville, came up Wednesday after
noon. He and his brother, Rezin, went
to Shawhan, Thursday, fishing, and
brought home a good string."
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Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
THE BEE HIVE
The manufacturers of the Royal Waists
arc through for this season. We bought the
samples. If y ou want to see re"al art in waist
making ask to see the sample line of the
Royal. Prices $2, $3, $4, $5 ; worth twice
as much. Sizes mostly 36. Only a few of
a kind. Come quick, if you want an exclu
Because it's summer no reason that you
should not wear stockings. The hotter the
weather the finer the stocking. It's cooler ;
try it once. Price, $1.25 per pair; some at
$1, 75c, 50c, or even down to 5c The
ones for $1.25 we would like to show you
now. Remember what we ask you $1.25
others want $1.75.
Ice cream soda at Cbenoweth's.
Ralaton's breakfast foods, Calhoun's.
Take stock in the fourteenth series of
the People's Building Association.
Egg phosphate and all the popular soda
water drinks at Ray's soda lountain.
All kinds of shingles cheap.
D. G. Wilson, Orangeburg, Ky.
G. B, Broyles, of Mercer County, had
$200 worth of sheep and lambs killed by
a pack of worthless dogs.
A meeting conducted by Elder George
Darsie at Frankfort has resulted in over
twenty additions to the church.
Rev. 0. A. Nelson, of tho colored Bap
tist Church, baptised three persons at
the Fifth ward grade Sunday afternoon.
At the request of the officers of the
Eastern Kentucky judicial district, Cov
ington will be designated as headquar
ters, instead of Frankfort.
At the opening of the second day's ses
sions of the Southern Presbyterian As
sembly at Little Rock, Ark., Dr. J. C.
Molloy offered a touching prayer for Mrs.
Harry C. Rogers, son of Mr. and Mre.
Thomas F. Rogers, of Mt. Sterling, has
been engaged to take charge of the
Presbyterian Church at Hillsdale, a
suburb of Chicago, for the summer.
The earthquake Thursday night seems
to have been confined to a part of the
Ohio valley, extending from Marietta to
Maysvillp. It was felt at Chillicothe, but
not at Circlevillo, O., and on the west,
The Knights of tho Maccabees of the
World, through the Record Keeper of
Lexington Tent No. 20, Friday paid to
the widow of their late brother, Harry
O. McDougle, the sum of $3,000, being
the amount due to her from the order
upon the insurance policy upon the life
of her deceased husband.
Gold watch, 14k., 13.25, Elgin, Hamp
den or Waltham movement. Gold-filled
watch (ladies' or gents'), S4. Diamond
ring for lady or gent, $2. Gold spectacles,
$2 50 to $4. Sterling silver spoons, $4 75
per dozen. Eight-day oak or walnut
clock, $1.50. All other goodB at reduced
prices. Murphy, tho jeweler.
The steamer New South arrived here
about 5:30 Sunday afternoon with a largo
crowd of excursionists from Cincinnati.
While at the landing several of the ex
cursionists indulged in a "free for all"
and before the police could reach tho
scone of battle some of the females took
a prominent part in the fight, much to
the amusement of the spectators on the
bank and the O. and 0. viaduct.
PROP'S OF BEE HiVE.
Of the Match Shoot Between the Maysville
and Shannon fJun Clubs-.
Following are the individual srores of
the match shoot lost Fridiy between the
Maysville and Shannon gun clubs:
T. A. Keith 22
W. S. Watson 12
W. E. Cllfl 12
H. M. Wilson n
B. Crawford ij
CD. Unwell 8
J. Dersch 17
Juo. Dea 22 '
K. Kirk 21
II. Wadsworth 17
8. Evans 12
Q. Early is
K. II. Newell 13
W. A. Wells 12
A. II. Prather H
W. II. Howard ltl
Ed. Kennard 15
E. W. Prather 20
N. R. Downing is
W. L Gaull 11
Jas. Prather 11)
Joe Illtt 11
U. T. Watson Id
Juo. Cole it;
l.nko Dye 10
J. S. Wilson l.ri
C S. Clary 0
II. Evans 11
THE IIKRN'ARD GUN CLU1J.
Thurf day's scores were as follows
Claud Denni-on 11
Teck Trimble 11
Will Newell 1 1
R. M. Trimble 12
Fred ltrodt 13
John Russell 4
J. L. Whito 17
Mr. Wood Bramel, of this county,
was at Lexington Friday looking for hie
fifteen-year-old son, Pearce, who left
home Thursday. No reason is assigned
for the boy's leaving home other than
that ho wanted to see what was going on
outside the bounds of the farm. He
walked eiuht miles and then purchased
a ticket to Paris and from there to Lex
ington. Mr. John Hall, of the Maysville Brick
Company, left yesterday for Louisville
and will visit several Kentucky towns
before returning home. This company
is manufacturing tho best building brick
possible to obtain and find a ready mar
ket for their product. 'The company is
composed, of gentlemen of experience
and excellent business qualifications
who deserve the large trade they are en
joying. A summer Bible school will be con
ducted at Hopkinavillo June 10th to 28th,
It will be presided over by Elder J. B.
Briney, formerly of "this city. Ho will
lecture thirteen times on "Tho Evidences
of Christianity." Other distinguished in
structors are Elder A. McLean, of Cin
cinnati, and Rev. Chas. A. Young, of the
University of Virginia, Rev. W. H. Pink
erton, of Madisonyille ; Rev. E. W. Thorn
ton, of Mayfield; Rev. J. C. Reel, of
Princeton, and Rev. J. W. Ligon, of Cory
It Saved His Leg.
P. A. Danforth, of LaGrange, Ga., suf
fered for six months with a frightful
running sore on bis leg; but writes that
Bucklen'a Arnica Salvo wholly cured it
in five days. For ulcers, wounds, piles,
it's the best salvo in tho world. Cure
guaranteed. Only 25c. Sold by J. Jas.
Charles (Jaskins, the Flcmingsliurg Mur
derer, Sent to That City For
Charles Gaskinp, the young nearo who
murdered James Ryan at Fletningtburg
a few weeks ago and who has been in
jail hero for safe keeping, was taken to
Newport Sunday afternoon by Chief of
Police Donovan and Policeman Harry
Ort, as a futther precaution against
The authorities hero were informed
that parties were down from Fleming
Saturday to find out positively whether
the uegro was confined in the Majsville
jail, and anticipating a visit from a mob
from Out section decided to take Gaskiue
Of sheet eteel, malleable and cast iron
ranges and cooking stoveB, all kinds.
Tho world's best brands. Be sure to see
and learn my prices. Money refunded if
not as represented. W. F. Power.
Ice cream soda at Chenoweth's.
John D. Sousley was appointed post
master at Hilltop, Fleming County, Fri
E.'gs at 12 cents per d z-n are pro
nounced one of the most nutritious and
cheapest foods to be obtained.
Dr. P. S. Conner, of Cincinnati, has
been sued by Attorney Schull for $25,
000 damages. Schell broke his leg and
claims the doctor treated him in such a
manner as to result in his being perma
Povntz Bno3. are tlie only Maysville
distillers selling pure liquors by the
quart, gallon or barrel, direct from dis
tillery to consumer. Soven-year-old
whifky $2 per gallon. Aie and quality
irnnranteed. Get the best. Office 126
Market street Watson's old stand.
W. AV. Baxter, of LVxington, who, in
company with S. V. Dellnger, was ar
rested several days since charged with
obtaining money under false pretenses
while working an advertising scheme
here, and who was held to appear before
the crand jury, was released on bail Sat
urday evening and returned to hiB home
this morning. Mr. Baxter claims that it
was their intention to return to this city
and complete tho work they had begun.
Public School KxeurMon to Zoological Mar
tinis. Cincinnati. Friday. May 24th, Fare
$1.03, C. and 0. Koufe.
With the approval of the Board of
Education, Mr. Geo. T. Hunter, Presi
dent of the Board, has arranged with the
C. and O. for a special train Friday, May
24th, for the purpose of an outing to the
Zoological Gardens for the pupils of the
public Echools, their teachers and parents
Faro for the round trip, including C. and
O. fare, Cincinnati street car faro and
admieeion to tho gardens, only $1.05.
Authority for tickets can be secured
from any of the teachers, the ticketB to
be purchased at C. and O. office. A visit
to these wondei ful gardens will prove a
most enjoyable one, and especially to
the children. See circular issued by Mr.
Geo. T. Hunter. Train will leave Mays
ville (special) at 7 a. m, Returning, will
leave Cincinnati at 5:30 p. m.
Old Soldier's Experience.
M. M. Austin, a Civil war veteran, of
Winchester, Ind., writes: "My wife was
sick a lone time in spite of good doctor's
treatment, but was wholly cured by Dr.
King's New Life Pills, which worked
wonders for her health." They always
do. Try them. Only 25c. at J. Jas.
Wood & Son's, drugstore.
We have purchased from the Tiger Shoe Factory their entire stock of
Shoes on hand, consisting of nearly 1,000 pairs. All sizes little gent's and boys'
Shoes. They come in Glove Grain, Vici Kid and Box Calf. We divided
them in three lots.
LOT NO. 1 Sizes 10-2 ; sizes 2 J to 5. Regular price $J.50, our price 98c.
LOT NO. 2 Regular price $1.75, our price $1.24.
LOT NO. 5-Regular price $2, our price $J.49.
These goods are all new, clean and stylish ; they are the biggest bargain
ever offered in our town.
HAYS & CO.
Remember that we have a complete line of Men's, Ladles' and Children's
Shoes "We buy them right and sell them right
That has been forced upon them at such
low prices on account of my retiring from
business. We have every article on our first
floor now, save the Black Worsted Suits in
Sacks, Cutaway and Prince Alberts. Come
in just as soon as you can. Ask your neigh
bors if they have seen or priced any of this
In Dress and Ulsters, for men and boys.
Macintoshes? Yes, a few. Don't put off
coming for we are liable to be gone any day.
L. H. Landman, M. D.
Of JJJ4 Madison Ave.,
(Formerly of Cincinnati), will be at the Central
Hotel, Maysville, Ky., on Thursday, JUNE 0th,
l'JOl, returning every first Thursday in each
Carried Heavy Life Insurance.
Indianapolis, Ind , May 18. Francis
T. Hord, tho attorney who died under
the influence of morphine supposed to
have been taken for insomnia, left $105,
000 lifo insurance, of which $150,000 is in
contestible on the ground of suicide, the
policies being so drawn. This is tho
most life insurance ever carried in In
diana by one man.
Mrs. Margaret H. Caldwell, of Sharps
burg, announces the engagement of her
daughter Virginia Reed to Mr. Nelson
McLoney, of Cynthiana, the marriage to
take place at her homo June 12th.
AOYAl OAKINO POWPtH CO., NEW YOBK.
wooa & aon, druggists.